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Wow! Thanks so much Dr Diana xxx I’m flattered by all this x
We are not just whistling Dixie here, my friend. We’re a supportive bunch, but we won’t LIE! 😉 You are incredibly talented. Have you considered selling prints of your work? 😉
Before I got really sick I used to run my own little business selling prints and phone skins from Instagram, not sure if you have heard of it before but I was doing very well with 8000 followers. Unfortunately though my pots took a turn for the worst and I haven’t drawn every day for a while I’m luck now to draw once or twice a month, my hands are not what they used to be.
To be honest it really hurts that I can’t do what I used too, don’t get me wrong i still love to draw but they take me much longer. I love the sport I get from my followers and they all know I’m ill and what’s wrong so it’s allowed me to spread more awareness of both pots and eds. I have some speed videos of me drawing and also vidoe blogs of how being chronically ill effects me.
Thanks so much for taking the time to write to me and read my long note xxx
Oh by the way if you wanted to see any more it’s carriejanesart in Facebook twitter and Instagram xxxx
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